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Francis Iles
Francis Iles

Francis Iles was one of the pseudonyms for Anthony Berkeley Cox (1893-1971). He was born in Watford and served in World War I before working as journalist for Punch and The Humorist magazines. He wrote his first novel in 1925 and enjoyed success with his many detective books and short stories. In 1930 he co-founded the famous Detection Club alongside famous crime writers such as Agatha Christie and Dorothy L. Sayers. He wrote four novels under the pseudonym Francis Iles of which Malice Aforethought was the most famous.

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